The death toll from severe flooding and landslides that struck the Indonesian capital Jakarta over the New Year rose to 60, the state-run disaster management authority said Sunday.

The capital city of Jakarta, West Java province and the western province of Banten on the island of Java have been the most affected by the flooding and landslides, the Indonesian National Disaster Management Agency (BNDP) said in a written statement.

Sharing the latest figures on the fourth day of the disaster, the BNDP said two people remained missing in the Lebak region in Banten.

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